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2. Are you aware of the national employment standards?

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3. Have all of your employees been provided with the fair work information statement?

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4. Do you know your obligations in respect of redundancy pay?

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5. Do you know your obligations in respect of notice?

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6. Do you know your obligations in respect of flexible work requests?

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7. Are your employment contracts compliant with modern awards?

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8. Are your employment contracts compliant with the NES?

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9. Are your employment contracts compliant with any relevant agreement based transitional instruments?

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10. Do you have an established dismissal procedure that is compliant with the fair work act?

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11. Have your employees received equal opportunities training?

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12. Do you have an employee handbook detailing your policies in respect of equal opportunities?

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13. Do you have an employee handbook detailing your policies in respect of annual leave?

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14. Do you have an employee handbook detailing your policies in respect of parental leave?

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